Also in the area are Iron Age forts, the Wolf of Badenoch's castle at Loch an Eilean, Ruthven Barracks and the Highland Folk Museum at Kingussie, the Highland Folk Park at Newtonmore, the steam railway at Aviemore and Landmark at Carrbridge.
Within an hour drive is Culloden battlefield and a number of castles to visit.
A source told Mail Online: ‘It’s true, they are seeing one another.
And they have booked a holiday, for immediately after Christmas. They are going to give it a go and take it from there.’ Earlier this month, Cunningham denied there was anything going on between the two.
For the less adventurous there are numerous low level walks on the Estate and in the area.
For those interested in our history, Delfour standing stones are located on the Estate dating back almost 6,000 years.
She told Digital Spy: ‘Oh, don’t believe everything you read in the papers unless it comes from the horse’s mouth!